A popular seaport, Seattle is the largest city in the state of Washington. The area attracts more than 20 million visitors each year and there are plenty of things to do in Seattle.
Whether you choose popular attractions like a visit to Pike Place Market, Gas Works Park, Lake Union Park, the Seattle Gum Wall, the Space Needle, Kubota Garden, the Seattle Aquarium, or the Westlake Center Shopping Mall, there is something for everyone to enjoy!
Seattle is known as the Emerald City because of its lush green landscape. But, did you know the early settlers of the area called the first townsite New York? A move across Elliott Bay inspired the villagers to change the name to honor Sealth, the Duwamish Indian leader. From its sleepy beginnings in the mid-19th century, Seattle has grown into a cosmopolitan city with world-class museums, modern architecture, sophisticated dining, and a thriving art and music scene.
Of course, one of the most famous landmarks of Seattle is the Space Needle, built in 1962 for the World’s Fair. It now serves as an iconic symbol of the city. Ride up to the top of the Space Needle and enjoy panoramic views of the pacific Northwest. Seattle is also known for its outdoor beauty. Olympic National Park and Mount Rainer National Park are just two of the state’s natural gems. Enjoy the miles of hiking trails around the stoic lighthouses that dot the rocky shores. Whatever your passion is for seniors looking to retire, Seattle is hard to beat.
Our retirement communities in the Seattle area give residents easy access to all the city has to offer. We’re proud to be a part of this vibrant and eclectic city. Whether you’re looking to stay connected to the city’s pulse or want to relax and enjoy the area’s natural beauty, senior living in Seattle offers the perfect balance.
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Frontier Senior Living offers a wide variety of Senior Living Communities in the Chicagoland area. Whether you or a loved one are looking for Independent Living, Assisted Living or Memory Care services, the mission of our friendly and compassionate staff is to meet our residents’ unique physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
In our communities, residents enjoy many luxury amenities, including: Exceptional Accommodations, 5 Star Cuisine, Social Outings, Recognition of Residents’ Birthdays, Spa Services, Spiritual Services, as well as Clubs and Resident Council.
Transportation Services are available to residents for shopping, medical appointments, participating in events and activities, as well as other needs.
The nurses and other qualified professionals in our communities are dedicated to ensuring that all our residents remain as active and healthy as possible. Our staff works closely with residents’ private physicians to monitor their health conditions and medication usage. We also provide regular updates on residents’ health, so proactive measures can be taken in any needed situations.
When it comes to providing opportunities for fulfilling and purposeful living, nobody does it better than Frontier Senior Living’s Senior Living communities. Whether a resident lives in Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory Care, we have something for everyone to enjoy! Our one of a kind SPARK® program is designed to help seniors reach their full potential, and spend their days with a sense of joyful purpose. SPARK is a research based program inspired by the teachings and research of Maria Montessori and Dr. Cameron Camp, which focuses on giving residents meaningful ways to feel needed and be productive. The program allows them to do the things that they have always done, in total alignment with their individual skill levels. Residents spend their days enjoying a wide variety of activities, uniquely suited to their interests and abilities.
Incorporated as a city in 1869, Seattle today has a population of over 725,000 residents, and more than 4 million people call the entire metropolitan area home. The city is one of the best educated, with more than 50% of adults having a college degree. Despite being known for having a drizzly or overcast climate, sales of sunglasses have always been strong in the city.
Seattle was the first city in the U.S. to elect a female Mayor in 1926. The area’s economy is made up of a wide variety of industries, including the Port of Seattle, Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Global Health and Clean Technology.
Another unusual fact about Seattle is it is one of the most literate cities in the country! People love to curl up and read. Seattle is a city full of surprises, stories, and fascinating people, making it a great retirement community. Seattle is well-known for attracting coffee lovers and those that love being near the ocean. Seattle and surrounding areas have more boats than any other city in the US. With Seattle’s arts and culture scene, hundreds of theaters, multiple museums, countless galleries, and outdoor beauty, senior living in Seattle is at its finest.